This semester, we have loads of workshops to help kickstart your studies and see you set for success! Check out the workshops and dates below. Zoom links available for students at regional campuses. #HowtoUni, Wednesday 31 July, 12pm-1pm, City campus, room 3.09, Zoom: https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/418647324 #HowtoUni, Wednesday 7 August, 2pm-3pm, Bundoora campus, Donald Whitehead 118, Zoom: https://latrobe.zoom.us/j/976268658 #HowtoStudy, Thursday 22 August, 12pm-1pm, Bundoora campus, Library Seminar … Continue reading Workshops to boost your success this semester!
From August 2-15 we are celebrating Fair Trade Fortnight! So get involved to help create more sustainable communities for farmers in developing nations. It is not often that we think deeply into simple purchases such as a coffee or a book. But here at La Trobe we recognise the importance in making a difference and doing our part to contribute to a fair social, economic … Continue reading Fair Trade at La Trobe
It’s that time of year, it’s cold, you’re tired and the university break seemed to have flown by. After a well deserved break, hopefully you’ve had some time to think about the upcoming semester. If you’re anything like me, sometimes, it’s hard to keep your motivation going and your overall morale begins to slide. University is a marathon, not a sprint, so it is inevitable … Continue reading A Day In The Life: staying motivated
Are you a student in the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce? Are you looking to undertake a placement in semester 2? Do you need financial assistance? La Trobe University is supporting students who undertake placements between 1 July to 3 November 2019 by offering the opportunity to apply for an Employment Grant! An Employment grant is a one-off amount of $1000 to assist … Continue reading ASSC Employment grants up for grabs!
Whether you’ve just started university, or heading into your second semester, orientation is one of the most important events to attend. Undoubtedly, starting university is nerve wracking in its own right, so heading down and getting involved in the O week activities is the best way to overcome the daunting experience. I’ll put it simply, at orientation there is a lot going on. People everywhere, … Continue reading Check out Semester Two O-week!
Our guest blogger, Claire Kearns, brings us this review of the latest instalment in the Marvel movies franchise. Claire has just finished a Graduate Certificate in International Relations, she loves the Star Wars Universe and Marvel movies. You can follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/ballerinapiratesmile/ Warning: This review contains some major spoilers about the various Marvel movies – but if you are not up to speed: why aren’t you?!? & proceed … Continue reading Spider-Man Far from Home: yawn or worth the hype?
Aside from our high level of education, diversity and inclusivity at La Trobe, we are also renowned for our abundance of greenery and outdoor space. Another addition to the sustainability program is the Community Garden- The Patch. Located at the Bundoora, Albury/Wodonga and Bendigo campuses, this is another way La Trobe aims to reduce the impact on the environment. Half way through it’s 11th year … Continue reading The Patch
We’ve all been there. And if you haven’t, you’re lying. Writer’s block can set you back big time, and it’s not unusual to find yourself lost for words in the middle of an important assignment. Whether you know what you’re trying to say but aren’t quite sure how to say it, or you just don’t know what you want to write, these tips are foolproof … Continue reading A Day In The Life: Writer’s block